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this morning, big name on wall street will be on wall street answering to accusations that a scheme is said to have chestedded investors out of billions of dollars. how dr. dorothy height is being honored today. fox 5 morning news continues at 6:00 right now. >> we'll look outside to the 14th street bridge this morning. much better shape than it was at this point yesterday morning when we had some problems out there. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm gurvir dhindsa. that traffic looks a little bit bet are but today, still a little bit wet out there like we had yesterday morning. had some rumbles of thunder yesterday afternoon.
>> yeah, sure did. yesterday afternoon, yesterday evening, a few more rumbles of thunder. today, we'll see improving conditions as the day progresses. there are a couple showers out there off to the east early this morning. let's take a look at what is going on. we'll start with the current temperatures. right now in the district, we are at 55 degrees. in annapolis, it is 56 degrees. cambridge, maryland, 57 degrees. stevensville, 52. you may be seeing a shower there right now. off to the west, winchester at 53. dulles airport at 54 degrees. here is a look at the local satellite-radar and you can see some of the reign rain -- some of the rain showers. they are pushing out now. the forecast for today, morning clouds will give way to more sunshine later on today. it will be rather breezy with the wind at some point gusting up to 0, 25 miles per hour or so. high temperatures in the 1r0 today. 64 in baltimore and in d.c., 63
in manassas. more on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> no accidents to report right now if you are traveling to and from the wilson bridge so you are in better shape there. top stretch of the beltway leaving college park headed in towards silver spring going to find lane are open as you work your way around from colville road headed out towards georgia avenue. in the mix back here, we have a little incident off the road to the shoulder. not the focal point of any delay by any means. if you are traveling southbound on 95 and 295, your lane are open as you head in n. from laurel this morning. traveling northbound on i-95 oust woodbridge, lanes are open right now with no incidents to report as you continue to work your way up towards lorton. just picking up the volume right now but no incident on the beltway between annandale and mare i field. a controversial new immigration law could prove to be the catalyst for federal
policy. the white house says without congressional action, arizona and other states will create a patchwork of laws that will do nothing to solve the overall problem. at issue is securing the borders and dealing with the 11 million people who are already in the united states illegally. >> if you look at what has happened in arizona and the implications that that type of law would naturally -- could naturally drive each state to creating its own immigration laws. that is because the united states at the federal level has failed to act. >> the arizona law which is met with heated protest makes it a crime under state law to be an illegal immigrant. three areas ago, prince william county, river adopted a similar measure. opponents say there is no way to prove that there has been the suggested drop in crime rate. all eyes are going to be on capitol hill in the senate at
10:00 this morning. >> that is when top wall street bankers will get grilled on the financial collapse. top executives face tough questions from senators. they want to know about goldman's strategy to rake in huge profits from the housing meltdown at the expense of investors. republicans blocked debate on reforming the financial system last night. senators vetted 57-41 just short of the 60 votes the decembers needed to move ahead with the financial overhaul. both republican an democrats agree that new rules are needed to prevent a another financial crisis. the president focusing on the economy today. the first meeting with the commission charged with fining ways to reduce the ballooning national debt. then president obama flies to iowa for a town hall meeting tonight. there is an expected economic boost for virginia defense contractor north roll grumman moving its court headquarters to the
commonwealth. they currently employ 300 people at its corporate headquarters in los angeles. as we look at some other top sisterries this morning, dose police arrested another suspect in last month's drive- by shooting that left four people dead. jeffrey best is the fifth person arrested. d.c. police chief kathy lanier says this will be the last arrest. all five people face murder charges. a 14-year-old who was originally accused of being the getaway driver has been cleared of any connection with the case. investigators now know how an escaped prisoner got out of his handcuffs actually union official said terrence moore heard about the key from other inmates who knew it was hidden behind a pay phone. it took 11 hours to recapture moore. metro workers will join a national row test on the hill today. thousands of transit workers from around the world will push
lawmaker to allocate more money for america's mass transit systems. the rally begins at noon at upper senate park. there will be a public viewing today for civil rights pioneer dr. dorothy height. her body will lie in repose at the national council of negro women from #:00 until 10:00 this eke. tomorrow axe celebration of life is planned for 7:00 p.m. at the shiloh baptist church in the district. dr.height passed away last tuesday. she was 98. >> coming up next, two words you don't want to hear what you call 911, hold please. stay with us. >> ...berber carpet. it was a whole bowl of stew. nooo. why? i could have saved this one. i could have saved this one. ♪ call 1-800-steemer
clean-up cojts across parts of the southeast following the weekend's deadly storms. at least 12 people were killed. ten of them in mississippi and two in alabama. state officials are still working to assess the damage. president obama called mississippi's governor haley barbour yesterday to make sure officials had everything needed to respond to the aftermath of the storm. a terrifying ordeal was made even worse when four college students are carjacked at gunpoint and placed on hold when they called 911. the students say two of them were in the trunk when they tried to call atlanta police for help. they say they finally got help after hanging up and dialing morehouse police. two of the three suspects were arrested. the u.s. supreme court has
decided it will decide the constitutionality of a law that would ban the sale of the most violent video games to kids. how the high court rules could not only affect video game makers and retailers but it could have imindications for the broader entertainment industry including violent movies and tv shows. oral arguments will take place during the next term which starts in october. coming up next, the world's largest retailer facing a class ask lawsuit that could impacted former and current employees. first, we'll check back in with tony to find out when the sun will make an appearance. julie checks out the roads for you as we take a live look for you at 270 and tuckerman lane. we'll be right back. thr trnt p
rainfall but certainly misty conditions in the air and all of that. road pray from the rain we saw yesterday and last night. so we'll continue to deal with that and then as the day progresses, we'll dry out. >> that sounds good. >> yeah. let's take a look at the current temperatures. they are not bad. our temperature are primarily in the 50s across our viewing area. it is 55 degrees here in washington. salisbury, maryland, you are at 55 degrees. and in culpeper, virginia, it is 55 degrees. meanwhile, in frederick, 54 and 54 in quantico. let's take a look at the winds. we'll check these throughout the course of the morning and the day because they will be picking up as the day progresses. right now, our sustained wind are at 13 miles per hour here in washington. 11 in baltimore. 14 out at dulles. it will be a breezy day that will develop. those winds could gust up to 20 or 5 miles per -- or 5 miles per hour later on today. let's show you what is going on
out there. one little blip outside of washington. that is it for there. a little more light shower activity across the chesapeake bay and in eastern maryland, most of that is pushing off into delaware at this hour. there is really not much going on as far as our precipitation goes. let's take a look at the surface map for today and here is what we'll be dealing with through outthe course of the day. hey, i pushed the wrong button. this is your frontal system up to our north. i mentioned the wind coming out of the north and west. the wind could gust but they will also scour out that cloud cover that we've been dealing with for the last couple of days and we'll see by the latter part of the day partly sunny skies develop here. here is your forecast for washington for today. mostly cloudy and breezy this morning. partly sunny later. wind oust northwest 15 miles per hour gusting up to 25 miles per hour. 64 for your high. five-day forecast, tomorrow, 65. that is below normal. sunshine, but it will be a nice
day. thursday, this is normal. 70degrees, sunshine, and then friday and saturday, mostly sunny skies. highs on friday upper 70s. highs on saturday, mid-80s if you're ready for that. sunday i think will be in the mid- to upper 80s believe it or not but some rain could move in here late sunday. that is a look at what is happening with the weather. now, here is julie wright with an update on traffic. >> this saturday is 80? sounds like the perfect time for the perkins grill to make an appearancance. >> ooh, that is not a bad idea. >> who's going to cook? i'll bring the potato salad. >> okay. that is a deal. >> look how i just invite myself over. love it. here we are live at the wilson bridge coming out of oxon hill this more than, all lane are open. no incidents to report -- all lanes are open. no incidents to report. let's say good morning to the crew in sky fox.
they are now checking out your ride southbound along 270. as you approach the lane divide continuing out to old georgetown road, all of your lanes are open. no problems to report. just volume delays for those continuing southbound. south stretch of 270 slowing as you approach and pass 109. the speed is a the bit below normal now as you continue south of montrose road for that last two miles as you approach the split. let me take you back inside. coming inbound, we zoomed in the camera for you here. d-d.o.t. did. they were checking for a stalled truck reported in the center of the roadway. whatever was there, it look like it has cleared from this particular camera angle coming inbound this morning, a little slow approaching the traffic lights at bladensburg road. one more slow downapproaching the entrance to the third street tunnel. you guys are good to go traveling south of 50 headed out towards pennsylvania avenue. still quiet in southeast
working your way across the anacostia bridges. you will find the commute on 395 nice and easy right now leaving the beltway continuing past duke street. no problems to report crossing the 14th street bridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. wal-mart facing a major class action lawsuit. women claim that men moiees get better pay and faster promotions. a federal court ruled a group of women claiming discrimination can in fact take the retailer to court. this case dates back to 2001. any woman who has worked for wal-mart since then can join this class action suit. >> i would see the men going forward and the women in the store stayed in the basic positions that they was always in. >> wal-mart denies the allegations. the company says it doesn't believe the claims represent all of the the company's female associates. was it wall street thievery at its worst or a company just doing business. >> the top names at goldman
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welcome back. all eyes on are on capitol hill today as goldman sachs defends itself against accusations it purposely misled investors and medicine billions off those lies. adam shapiro is live for us this morning in new york. okay, along with just beating on beating up on goldman sachs, what can we expect today y this is going to be good blood sport. here you go.
this will be the executives from goldman sachs getting clobbered over the head with a baseball bat like al capone. they are going to come down hard on goldman sachs. the key testimony will come from the self-proclaimed person at the center of the clal realized things that goldman was sell being he wrote an e- mail and said what if we created a thing which has no purpose which is absolutely conceptual and nobody knows how to price it. lloyd blanksteen issued a statement against carl levin saying we disagree with chairman levin's statement. we did not have a big bet against the howing market. goldman made $3.7 by shorting
the housing market. >> the and haven't several members of congress received donation from goldman sachs and don't some former goldman sachs employees serve on some federal committees? >> well, they serve -- goldman alumnae are throughout the bureaucracy in washington. to give you a perfect example, they are no long are there but up until recently henry paulsen, he was a goldman alumnae. washington and goldman are intertwined inextricably. it will be interesting to see how this plays out. >> okay. thank you. we'll see you tomorrow. straight ahead, the obama administration speaking out against that controversial crackdown on illegal immigrants in arizona. we have a closer look at the debate and the issue which has sparked some controversy ahead. also at hem, honoring the
coming up on 6:30 right now on this tuesday morning. a little bit of a interiory tart spot day but we'll turn it around. not going to spoil your five- day but big changes down the road. >> we'll have a very nice warm- up for the end of this week. things will look very good. those of you who like your warmth and summery-like conditions, we'll have those for the weekend. but we must get through today first. here we go. current temperatures around the region. we are in the 50s. 55degrees in the nation's capital. manassas, 54. martinsburg is at 50. baltimore, 54 degrees. temperatures are pretty consistent across the region. speaks of temperatures, later on tonight be, well out to the west, you see those counteddies shaded in in blue, they are
actually under a freeze watch for tonight into tomorrow morning because out across the potomac highlands, portion of western maryland, we could see temperatures at the freezing level. # 2 degrees later on tonight. so pretty cold out there. the rest of the area, we will not be seeing anything like that. take a look at the foreca washington for today. this morning, a couple of clouds out there. they are pushing out as we speak. -- 32 degrees later on tonight out west. winds out of the north- northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. high today about 64 degrees. for the rest of us for tonight, here is what we're looking at. partly cloudy and then mostly clear skies. hence the drop-off in temperatures. overnight in town, low in the low 40s. elsewhere in the suburbs an out
to the west, in the low 30s. >> that is nippy. i slept with the windows open last night but maybe not tonight. >> i don't think so. coming up, today's edition of ask the weather guy. tonight, it will be clear. you will be able to see the stars. today's question is about the stars in the sky. >> oh, okay. just going to ask. let's check in with julie wright. tonight, we have grab an extra blanket weather but t-shirt weather by the weekend. >> i see the stars every morning because i get to look at all of you. >> oh! she wants a free lunch. >> i know! he knows me too well. already stealing my punch lines and everything. all right. let me show you what is happening off the ramp leaving the gw parkway near the capital beltway. this is where we fine the crew in sky fox. we do have a car that is off the road. if you are traveling the george washington parkway near the beltway, heads up here. i believe this will be the ramp from the inner loop. it is hard to tell from this
camera angle. we do have the truck spun around facing the wrong direction along the right side here. this is the exit for the inner loop that would lead you back up towards the american legion bridge. right now, it appears traffic is able to get through. very little delay at this point and this is against the rush hour flow if you are coming southbound towards the capital beltway and continuing out towards the cia. you will find that all of your lanes are open. inner loop ramp from the gw parkway to continue out towards the american legion bridge. one car spun out. still waiting for help to arrive at the scene. we'll take you back inside and update your ride elsewhere. if you are continuing that trip southbound along 270, lanes are open but the pace below speed out of hyattstown. then the pace improves only to slow again in germantown south of 11 # headed out towards 370. -- south of 118 headed out towards 370. no incidents to report as you work your way over to the southeast-southwest freeway. inbound new york avenue, traffic slowing at bladensburg
road and at the entrance to the thunder street tunnel. a public viewing is being held for dorothy height today. sherry ly has her on that and the events planned for the rest of week. >> reporter: dr. dorothy height's casket is expected to arrive here at the national council for negro women around 4:00 this afternoon followed by a public viewing. she was a civil rights icon to say the least. and today, some of people we talked to said that race relations in this country would not be where it is today without her. dr.height counseled several presidents on race relations and stood by dr. martin luther king during his famous i have a dream speech of course only woman by the way on the platform. height died last tuesday at the age of 98. president bush recognized her achievement by presenting her with a congressional gold medal. president barack obama called
her the godmother of the self- rights movement and a hero and today, people in d.c. are remembering her. >> she was very important. she was very important. they said like she was the cement that health the civil rights movement together. >> she seems to be a loving woman, caring woman and i love her hats. >> everybody loved her hats, didn't they? >> yes. >> reporter: yes, those hats. they were height's trademark on her 98th birthday, the cake was topped with a giant woman's hat. she will be remembered, hats and all, over the next three days. tomorrow ache celebration of life is planned for 7:00 p.m. at shiloh baptist church in d.c. and on thursday at 10:00 a.m., a public funeral service will be held at the national
cathedral and all of those events are open to the public. now, height has been awarded 37- degree from colleges and universities around the country. the most recent one was this weekend awarded by copen state in baltimore. she was an extraordinary woman and i would expect that there would be large crowd here later today as everyone comes to pay tribute to the late civil rights leader. sherry ly, fox 5 news. back to you. >> thank you. we want to take a look at this morning's other top stories. d.c. police have arrested another suspect in last month's drive-by shooting that left four people dead. jeffrey best is the fifth person arrested. all five people are facing murder charges. thousands of transit workers from all across the united states will hold a rally on capitol hill today and metro workers will join them. their goal is to push congress to allocate more money for america's mass transit system.
union heads say across the country, transit systems are severely underfunded. that rally kicks off at noon. the search is on if a man police believe may have witnessed the murder after i college student. investigator wanted to talk to kerry mccollum. he was present with 18-year-old josh mcmacel was killed. police in texas believe he was back here in the d.c. area. they believe he is driving a 2005 dodge magnum with this license tag. the senate investigation of wall street is a big story we're covering this morning. top executives will be on the hot seat including the ceo. senators will be asking him and other goldman bankers about their role in the crisis. an investigation found e-mails which showed the company knew it was deceiving investors.
goad man denies the accusation. last night, the senate republicans successfully filibustered a financial reform bill. republican senators blocked debate on the financial overhaul. democrats needed 60 votes to move forward with the measure but that could come up again this afternoon. the president will be busy with the economy today. he will meet this morning with the bipartisan commission coming up up with ideas on reducing the national debt. later today, the president will fly to iowa if a -- for a town hall meeting. northrop grumman is moving its corporate headquarter to virginia. a formal announcement will be in arlington later today. inorganic ron grumman currently employs about 300 people at its corporate rat headquarters in los angeles. eight straight days of protest in arizona and now some people are turning to vandalism. >> some people used refried beans to draw swastikas all
over arizona state capital. it is in response to a new law that make it a crime to be an illegal immigrant. as tom fitzgerald reports, some here in our area are worried that other states will follow suit. >> reporter: on 8 # .7, latino residents are making the arizona immigration crack down a hot top yike people are really outraged and they are concerned. it could happen here. >> reporter: the morning host says his caller are concerned about the arizona law which instruct police officers to check the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being illegal. >> we totally disagree with that. we feel angry and we feel scared. >> reporter: people would support more efforts against illegal imgrogs will point here to prince william county, virginia. le years ago, police were instruct stood start checking the immigration status of the people they arrest. >> you are saving lives when
you are identifying illegal immigrants and deporting them. >> reporter: cory stewart as a enforcing the immigration laws here have had a very big impact on the crime in his county. >> the over y'all rhyme rate is at a 19-year low. the reality that is what we did and what arizona is now doing is saving lives. >> reporter: still, even though only 121 people of the nearly 2,000 who were arrested for major crimes in prince william county turned out to be illegal immigrants, nationwide, a survey found that 60% of people supported letting local police stop and verify information. but back over at the radio station, they have been using the issue to urge people to purchase sioux citizenship. >> i think this will wake up a huge segment that hasn't been that involved but now they
will. >> reporter: tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. a maryland mother is at the center of a new deportation fight. her case is being used to highlight a new law enforcement tool that critics claim is being misused to target illegal immigrants. 26-year-old was arrested at her home last week. her fingerprints were sent to the fbi and ice as part of a new homeland security program called security community supposedly targeting violent felons. now, she may be facing deportation. >> so what happens to her is she got picked up for selling a $2 phone card to somebody that she thought she knew in a bad economy and i think because of that crime, she is now under rick of having her family destroyed. >> the reality is that any person who is arrested for anything and the majority have been nonalcohol related traffic phones have their biometric information sent to immigration and customs enforcement. >> officials say the woman's visa expired sick years ago. they say she may be eligible for humanitarian relief and the real concern is the larger
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this morning. >> i like that. kind of cool looking. >> i like that zz top ad too. that is nice. >> for us, we will see more of those holes open up and we'll see more sunshine as the day progresses. that is a nice start there. we've seen lingering precipitation. let me show you what is going on now as far as any precipitation goes. there is not much it was and was there is very light an continues to dissipate. it is well off to the east. you see a couple of spots there and the chesapeake bay, a little bit of water -- a little bit of rain there. lots of water in the bay. you will be happy to hear that. a few showers across eastern maryland pushing into delaware at this hour. there you go. that is about it. a couple of little blips there to the south and east of the city as well. let's go to the graphics, show you what is happening as far as our temperatures go. right now in the district, we are at 55 degrees. 54 up in baltimore. 54 at quantico. win hester, virginia at 52
degrees and cambridge, maryland, it is 59 degrees. now, we broaden this out awe little bit and we can show you that across the region, let's see. this is jamming up. is it ready to go over there? we are going to see our temperatures. there you go. in the 40s and 30s up today north. 48 in new york city. binghamton, 39 degrees. pittsburgh, 43 degrees at this hour. here is a look at the surface map for today. what we are going to be seeing is the -- this clicker not working. there you go. this area of low pressure continues to push out. we have got winds wrapping around and our wind will be out of the north-northwest. they will pick up touring the course of the day. it will be rather breezy. our temperatures will remain in the 60s for today. that is where we were yesterday for the highs. it will be another day before we start to get that warm-up happening. the forecast for washington for today looks like this.
we are looking for a high today of about 62, 63, 64 degrees. mostly cloudy this morning being becoming breezy. fatherly sunny this afternoon. there are your winds that i told you about. things change after today. for tomorrow, not bad at all. 65degrees for your high with sunshine. and then thursday, you ready for 70 degrees? we'll take that. sunny. how about friday, 77 degrees. how about saturday, this will help make up for the last weekend. 85-degree for your high on saturday. not bad at all. we'll take that. you know what it is time for, boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen. it is time for ask the weather guys. the segment where tucker barnes and i put our big geeky weather heads together to we are your most pressing questions, weather-related or otherwise. tucker is off today. he will be back tomorrow. this is a subject that i love. i love astronomy. today's question is from aaron some maryland. he says -- his letter was
actually what they are long and into a lot of detail. we have some of it here. aaron, that is why we are here. when parents fail you, we will do the best we can to fill you in. the big dipper. all right. sometimes it appears to be upside down or in other positions as well. s there is the big dipper there, the seven stars that make up the big dipper. as the earth rotates, the big dipper appears to circle around the sky near the north star. the position changes with the seasons. this time of year, in the spring, it appears upside down to us in the northern
hemisphere. did you know this? the big dipper can be seen year round from say new york city northward all across the -- are you note youing what i'm noticing. >> a shooting star? >> i'm not sure what is happening there. >> i'm glad you picked occupy that. i was watching the same thing. big dipper is not a constellation. it is part a part of a constellation, uras major, the great bear. because two of the stars that make up the big dipper are actually moving in the opposite direction of the five stars that make up the big dipper being about 50,000 years from now, we will no longer be able to make out the big dipper. it will be out of shape. >> at what point waying line be in the sky? >> they're working on it now.
>> it looks like a deep friday basket to me. >> it does. >> so it is upside down in the northern hemisphere. southern memorandum sphere, this t. would be -- that i don't know. i am strictly addressing northern hemisphere questions. i want to mention quickly yesterday morning when i was talking about the chance of rain, what 60% means a friend of mine wrote in and said tony, using formula that you discussed about chance of rain, do you realize the weather forecaster could be correct 100% of the time by predicting a 50% chance of rain every day. just a thought. he is right. that is what i'm going to say i ever day from now on. >> every time you say 50% chance of rain, we know you don't have a clue of what you are talking about. >> if you have a question, go to myfoxdc.com and click on the weather tab. >> always hedging your bets. julie is back from vacation so
the team is all back together. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. crew in sky fox is with us right now. they are checking out your ride at the springfield interchange. traveling northbound on i-59 we had reports of an incident near dale boulevard. that activity has been leered to the shuler. traveling fur they are north -- the ask terrorist has been cleared to the shoulder. no-- the activity has been cleared to the shoulder. if you are traveling the top stretch the beltway, you will slow 650 new hampshire avenue. all of this slow traffic pretty tip -- pretty typical at this hour. here is your deal downtown. if you are traveling -- well being my police officer moved. if you are traveling along westbound pennsylvania avenue near 12th street in the direction of the white house, that is where we have a protest that is going on right now. they are moving in the direction of the white house.
can you expect some closures along pennsylvania after, temporary low sures at this point. not affecting your commute too much. this is a temporary closure and really very little delay at the scene. do keep that in mind westbound pennsylvania avenue headed out towards the white house. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. the white house is in the midst of trying to impose tougher regulations on wall street to avoid another financial crisis. >> in the wake of of recent collapse, many business schools are reemphasizing ethics education. jonathan se ri. shows us how they are doing that. >> reporter: the economic crisis an scandals in the corporate sectionor have prompted the nation's business schools to he place renewed emphasis on the study of ethics. >> when the economy is doing well, effect is making money, it is hard to think about these things when you are in in those times. i think in the light of the recession and the latest scandals, that brings that point home that this is very important.
>> principal leadership and ethical judgment has to exist at all times, good or bad. and awareness of the judgement is so important and it should guide action and behavior. when that principal leadership gets pushed into the background, that is when problems start it happen. >> reporter: here at remi university's business school, ethics courses go beyond the obvious warning against cheating an embrace responsibility to employees, customers and the community an how managers should respond when they see problems. >> if someone doesn't take action when they see thins, it can snowball and you can end up in a situation like you have with toyota where if someone doesn't speak up in a way that gets the ask and results, you willened up on the front page of the "wall street journal." >> i think it is probably idealistic to assume that teaching ethics will eradicate the world of improper people. we are going it see enough
people that are doing positive things that are going to end up not making these big events disappear but put them in the proper context. >> reporter: he says he hopes the continued teaching the ethics will help to curb if not prevent future scandals. a new study published in week in the archives of internal medicine found people would feel depressed eat about 55% more chocolate than their nondepressed peers. researchers say the evidence supports the popular cliche that people pick up chocolate when people need a pick-me-up. weddings can go a lot of different ways. >> pulling it off takes a lot of planning. holly is live in alexandria showing us a place that lets couples knock out a lot of their i do to-do lists all in one place.
good morning. everybody. i'm holly morris. and it is one of my favorite times of year. the wedding season. and i'm excited because we're at a new place in old town that offers up not only wonderful wedding services but also teaches you how to do it in an economical way. we're live at the hive at 3411. ritzy designs will plan your wedding and they have classes on how to teach you how to plan your wedding. and symbol song design makes invitations and have workshops to teach you how to make beautiful invitations and then there is also kate headily
photography. she will shoot your wedding and also will hold classes to teach you how to shoot your own wend -- wedding. and they have are we going to have a good morning? dare i say i do. >> one stop shopping. that sounds great. that will do it for the 6:00 hour, let's say good morning to allison and steve for the next few hours. >> good morning. coming up on fox 5 morning news, goldman sachs under fire on the hill today. the financial firm insists it did not illegally profit on the misfortunate of others but what are they being accused of. arizona tough new immigration law has sparked outrage at accusations of racism. civil rights organizations are calling on the president to stop this before it takes effect. and we'll take a closer look at prince william's county